Back in September, two months before losing the election to Joe Biden, when Donald Trump was repeating the fallacy either he win the election or it’s “rigged,” Trump announced the formation of the “1776 Commission,” a retaliation against The New York Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning “1619 Project,” dedicated to chronicling the country’s history beginning the year Europeans shipped the first enslaved Africans to American shores.
On Friday, host and comedy writer Amber Ruffin used her "How did we get here?" segment to respond to Critical Race Theory critics.
Will conservatives actually manage to get out ahead? Our edited conversation is below…you be the judge.
During his recent rallies it seems that Donald Trump has absolutely no idea of who he’s running against. Last week, it really seemed like he was running against Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
And at every one of these rallies, he makes sure to throw in a dig at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. As a freshman congresswoman, AOC doesn’t really wield the same kind of power of a Nancy Pelosi or a Chuck Schumer.
Parents across America would like to get their children back to school, but also do so in a safe way. In some areas, that has been difficult. The city of Boston recently shuttered public schools after an alarming rise in positive COVID-19 cases.
The proposal Ms. Trump celebrated and the budget the President proposed, both calling for severe reductions in the funds available to those aspiring to a college education, come at a time when well-qualified students are encountering increasingly formidable financial barriers to attending college, which, by historical standards, are more severe than ever.
There's a lot of listening, clapping and jumping up and down at a Democratic state convention. Other than that, very little for delegates to except try to mobilize voters for Elizabeth Colbert Busch.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch had to try to appeal to Democrats, Republicans and Independents in her Monday night debate with Mark Sanford.
This evening at the Citadel, the two candidates for the SC District 1 Congressional seat, will debate for an hour and fifteen minutes. Here is what you need to know.
By any measure, America is in decline. The fault lies almost completely with male Republicans. Democratic women must usurp the power.
Former Congressman and South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is about as immoral and unethical as they get, but God is reviving his career.
Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Sarah Palin seem to have captured the spirit of the current crop of Republicans; still extreme and still anti-Obama.
South Carolina Democrat Jaime Harrison is a powerful lobbyist for the Podesta Group. He's about to become the Chairman of the state party.
The five Democrats who killed the assault weapons ban will further embolden the million caliber wackjobs to make this the most dangerous county on the planet, wars notwithstanding.
An increasing number of states have passed a bill whose main component is increasing reading skills. It's really another privatizing effort
The legislation being proposed by the GOP House is pathetic. Yet, little is heard from Democratic constituents. Activism is the answer.
The primary purpose of House Bill 933 is to perpetuate the bloat of the defense budget and decimate domestic programs.
Texas Republican Representative, Louie Gohmert is convinced Sharia law is trying to take over the U.S. legal system. So, he's packing.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and presidential hopeful has been casting himself as a jolly moderate. I invite you to check the record.
The gun movement radicals are coming out of the woodwork post-Obama Executive Orders. The worst of them has threatened death for gun reform